An unflinching gaze into the heart of pure evil and a perverse genre entertainment par excellence.
Body horror and art are conjoined in this tastefully kinky film; an audacious debut by Lee.
A handful of South Korean helmers riff on love in its varying forms.
Detente in the Korean peninsula is set back 50 years by "Crossing," a richly lensed but politically black-and-white heart-tugger about refugees from the Nasty North en route to the Sympathetic South.
Two men kick over the traces of a love they once had for the same femme in most accessible pic yet from Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo. Opening locally May 5, and with a high international profile from…
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